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Skeeler's (Thos.) XIV. Sermons preached at St. Mary's, Oxford. 8vo. large paper. Oxford, 1740.
South's (Robert) Sermons. 7 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1823.
Sterne's (Laur.) Sermons. (Works, Vols. VI. to VIII.)
Sumner's (J. B.) Sermons on Christian Faith and Character. 8vo.
Sumner (J. B.) on the principal Festivals of the Christian Church. 8vo. Lond. 1827.
Superville (Daniel), Sermons sur divers Textes. 4 vols. 8vo. Rotterd. 1714-43.
Superville (D., le Fils), Sermons sur divers Textes. 4 vols. 8vo. Amst.
Swift's (Jonathan) Sermons. (Works, Vols. VII. and VIII.)
Townsend's (Geo.) Sermons on the most interesting Subjects in Theology. 8vo. Lond. 1830.
Townson's (Thos.) Practical Discourses; a selection from his unpublished MSS. with a biographical Memoir by Archdeacon Churton. Edited by Bp. J. Jebb. 8vo. 8vo. Lond. 1830.
Twell's (Rich.) XXIV. Sermons at Boyle Lectures. 2 vols. royal 8vo, large paper. Lond. 1743.
Venn's (John) Sermons. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827.
Walker's (Sam.) Fifty-two Sermons, for each Sunday in the Year; edited by Sam. Burder. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1810.
Walker's (Robt.) Sermons on Practical Subjects; with Character of the Author by Hugh Blair. 4 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1806.
Warburton's (Bp.) Sermons and Discourses on various Subjects. (Works, Vols. IX. and X.)
Wardlaw's (Ralph) Lectures on the Book of Ecclesiastes. 2 vols. 8vo. Glasgow, 1821.
Wardlaw's (R.) Miscellaneous Sermons. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1829. Waterland's (D.) VIII. Sermons in Vindication of the Divinity of Christ. (Works, Vol. II.)
Waterland's Charges and occasional Sermons. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
Watson's (Bp. R.) Two Sermons and Charge in Defence of Revealed Religion. (Two Apologies.)
Whichcote's (Benj.) Sermons. 4 vols. 8vo. Aberdeen, 1751.
Wilkinson (Robt.), the Merchant Royall; a Sermon preached at Whitehall, before the King's Majestie, at the Nuptials of Lord Hay and his Lady. 4to. Lond. 1607.
Wilson's (Dan.) Sermons. 8vo.
Wilson's (D.) Sermons and Tracts. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1825.
Witherspoon's (John) Sermons. (Works, Vols. II. to V.)
SECT. IX.-HISTORY OF RELIGIONS.
Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, representées par des Figures dessinées de la main de B. Picard; avec une Explication historique et quelques Dissertations curieuses, [rédigées sur divers Auteurs par J. F. et Ja. Bernard, Bruzen de la Martinière, &c.] 9 vols. folio. Amsterdam, 1723–43.
Superstitions Anciennes et Modernes [de M. Thiers]; Préjugés Vulgaires, qui ont induit le Peuple à des Usages et des Pratiques contraires à la Religion [du Père Le Brun; rédigées avec des Remarques par J. F. Bernard]. 2 vols. folio. Amsterdam, 1733-36.
Stukeley's (W.) Particular Account of the First and Patriarchal Religion; and of the Peopling of the British Islands. (Antiquities of Abury.) Broughton's (Thomas) Historical Dictionary of all Religions to this present time. 2 vols. in one, folio. London, 1756.
History of the Modern Jews and Talmudical Writings.
Ancient Jewish History-see Biblical Antiquities.
Basnage (Jacques), Histoire des Juifs depuis Jésus-Christ jusqu'à présent. 15 vols. 12mo. La Haye, 1716–17.
Jahn's (John) History of the Hebrew Commonwealth from the earliest times to the destruction of Jerusalem, translated and continued to the time of Adrian by M. Stuart. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1829.
Lightfoot's (John) Parergon on the Fall of Jerusalem, and the Condition of the Jews in that land after. (Works, Vol. III.)
Wilkins' (Geo.) History of the Destruction of Jerusalem as connected with the Scripture Prophecies. 8vo. Noiiingham, 1816.
Warburton's (Bp.) Julian; or, a Discourse concerning the Earthquake and Fiery Eruption which defeated that Emperor's attempt to rebuild Jerusalem. (Works, Vol. VIII.)
[Stehlin's (Peter)] Traditions of the Jews; or, the Doctrines and Expositions contained in the Talmud and other Rabbinical Writings: with an Inquiry into the Origin, Progress, Authority, and Usefulness of those Traditions; wherein the mystical sense of the Allegories in the Talmud, &c. is explained. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1742.
Allen's (John) Modern Judaism; or, a brief Account of the Opinions, Traditions, Rites, and Ceremonies of the Jews in Modern Times. 8vo. London, 1816.
Wotton's (W.) Miscellaneous Discourses relating to the Traditions and Usages of the Scribes and Pharisees in our Saviour's time. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1718.
Shaw's (Duncan) History and Philosophy of Judaism; or, a Critical and Philological Analysis of the Jewish Religion. 8vo. London, 1788. Lightfoot (John) Index Talmudis Hierosolymitani, &c. (Vol. X.)
History of the Christian Religion.
[Trittenhem (Johannes de)] Liber de Scriptoribus Ecclesiasticis [curâ F. Johannis de Lapide]. Folio. Editio Princeps. Basilea, [per J. Amerbachium] M.CCCC.XCIII.
Dupin's (L. E.) History of Ecclesiastical Writers; containing an Account of the Authors of the several Books of the Old and New Testament, of the Lives of the Primitive Fathers, and of the Authors, to the end of the XVIth Century of the Church: with a Compendious History of the Councils and Chronological Tables [translated and revised by W. Wotton]. 3 vols. folio. Mr. Williams's copy, in morocco. Dublin, 1723, 4.
Campbell's (Geo.) Lectures on Ecclesiastical History; with some Account of the Life and Writings of the Author by Geo. Skene Keith. 2 vols. 8vo. Aberdeen, 1815.
Spanheim's Ecclesiastical Annals, from the Commencement of the Scripture History to the XVIth Century; a compressed translation, with Notes, by Geo. Wright. 8vo. London, 1828.
Eusebii Pamphili Chronicon Bipartitum [Græco - Armenio - Latinum], nunc primùm ex Armeniaco Textu in Latinam conversum, Adnotationibus auctum, Græcis Fragmentis exornatum. Operâ J. B. Aucher. 2 vols. folio, large paper. Venetiis, 1818.
Severi (Sulpitii) Opera [vid. Historia Sacra, de Vitâ B. Martini, Epistolæ, Dialogi]. 24mo. Lugd. Bat. ap. Elzev. 1643.
Eusebii Pamphili, Socratis, Sozomeni, Theodoreti, Evagrii, et Philostorgii Historiæ Ecclesiastica, Gr. et Lat. Notis Valesii et Reading. 3 vols. folio. Caniabr. 1720.
Cave's (William) Apostolici et Ecclesiastici; or, Lives of those who were contemporary with the Apostles; of the Primitive Fathers of the First Three Centures; and of the Fathers of the Church that flourish't in the Fourth Century: with Appendix. 2 vols. folio, large paper. London, 1677-83.
Lardner's (N.) History of the Apostles and Evangelists, Writers of the New Testament. (Works.)
Lardner's (N.) History of the Heretics of the Two First Centuries after
Kay's (Bp.) Ecclesiastical History of the IId and IIId Centuries illustrated from the Writings of Tertullian. 8vo. 8vo. Cambridge, 1829. Lightfoot (John) Fragmenta Historiæ Romanæ et Christianæ de Rebus et Personis IV. primorum Sæculorum. (Works, Vol. VIII.) Mosheim's (J. L.) Commentaries on the Affairs of the Christians before the time of Constantine the Great; translated by S. Vidal. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1813.
Usserius (Jac.) de Christianarum Eccles. in occidentis præsertim partibus, ab Apost. temp. ad nostram usque ætatem, continuâ Successione et Statu. (De Ant. Ecc. Britan.)
Centuriatorum Magdeburgensium Historia Ecclesiastica, secundùm singulas centurias, ex vetustissimis et optimis Historicis, Patribus, et aliis Scriptoribus congesta [ad annum MCCC.], per studiosos ac pios aliquot Viros [M. F. Illyricus, J. Vuigandus, M. Judex, B. Faber, &c.], recens. Lucii. 3 vols. folio. Basilea, 1624.
Mosheim's (J. L.) Ecclesiastical History; translated, and illustrated with Notes and Chronological Tables, by Arch. Maclaine; and continued to the end of the XVIIIth Century by Charles Coote. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1811.
Milner's (Joseph) History of the Church of Christ; with Additions and Corrections by Isaac Milner. 4 vols. in five, 8vo. Cambridge,
Milner's (J.) Church History, continued by John Scott from A. D. M.DXXX. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1828-31.
Bingham's (Joseph) Antiquities of the Christian Church, and other Works; with a Set of Maps of Ecclesiastical Geography. Edited by Richard Bingham. 9 vols. 8vo. London, 1829.
Ecclesiastical History of particular Countries.
Ecc. Hist. of Great Britain-see English and Scottish History.
Perrin (J. P.), Luther's Fore-runners; or, a Cloud of Witnesses deposing for the Protestant Faith, gathered together in the History of the Waldenses; translated out of the French by Samuel Lennard. 4to, port. Lond. 1624.
Moreland's (Sir Sam.) History of the Evangelical Churches of the Valleys of Piedmont: containing a faithful account of their Doctrines, Persecutions, &c. to the year 1658. Folio, port. map, and plates. London, 1658.
Leger (Jean), Histoire Générale des Eglises Evangéliques des Vallées de Piemont, ou Vaudoises. Folio. Leyde, 1669.
Allix's (Peter) Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of Piedmont. 8vo. Oxford, 1821. (Works, Vol. III.) Allix's (P.) Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient
Churches of the Albigenses. 8vo. Oxford, 1821. (Works, Vol. IV.) Peyran's (J. R.) Historical Defence of the Albigenses or Vaudois, Inhabitants of the Valleys of Piedmont; with an Introduction and Appendices by Thos. Sims. 8vo. London, 1826.
Gilly's (William Stephen) Narrative of an Excursion to the Mountains of Piedmont, in the Year 1823; and Researches among the Vaudois or Waldenses, Protestant Inhabitants of the Cottian Alps. 8vo. London, 1825.
Gilly's (W. S.) Waldensian Researches during a second Visit to the Vaudois of Piedmont; with an introductory Inquiry into the Antiquity and Purity of the Waldensian Church. 8vo. London, 1831. Lenfant, Histoire de la Guerre des Hussites. (Concile de Basle.)
Hayne's (Thos.) Life and Death of Martin Luther, taken out of his owne and other godly and most learned Men's Writings who lived at his time. 4to, portrait by Holtner. London, 1641.
Bower's (Alex.) Life of Martin Luther; with an Account of the early
Cox's (F. A.) Life of Philip Melancthon; comprising an Account of the most important Transactions of the Reformation. 8vo. Lond. 1813. A Famose Cronicle of our Time, called Sleidane's Commentaries, concerning the State of Religion and Commonwealth during the raigne of the Emperour Charles V.; translated oute of Latin into Englishe by Jhon Daus: here unto is added, also, an Apology of the Authoure. Black letter, folio. London, by John Daye, 1560.
Frarin (Peter), an Oration against the Unlawfull Insurrections of the Protestantes in our Times, under pretense to refourme Religion, made and pronounced in Latin at Louvaine, anno 1565; and now translated with the advise of the Author [by Jhon Fouler]. Black letter, small 8vo. Antverpiæ, ex off. J. Fouleri, M.D.LXVI.
At the end is: "The table of this booke set out, not by order of alphabet or numbre, but by expresse figures, to the eye and sight of the reader, and of him also y' cannot reade;" or cuts representing the cruelties practised by the Protestants, with descriptions in rhyme.
Seckendorfii (V. L. à) Commentarius Historicus et Apologeticus de
Gerdesii (Dan.) Historia Reformationis; sive, Annales Evangelii Sæc. XVI. passim per Europam renovati doctrinæque reformatæ. Accedunt varia Monumenta Pietatis et Rei Litterariæ ut plurimum ex MSS. eruta. 4 vols. 4to. portraits. Groning. 1744–52.
Gerdesii (Dan.) Scrinium Antiquarium; sive, ad Historiam Reformationis Ecclesiast. præcipue spectantia: inseruntur Tractatus varii generis, Epistolæ, Orationes, Biographiæ, &c. 4 vols. 4to. Groning. 1748-51. Brandt's (Gerard) History of the Reformation in the Low Countries, from the beginning of the VIIIth Century to the famous Synod of Dort. Translated from the Dutch [by John Chamberlayne]. 4 vols. folio. London, 1720–23.
Brandt's (G.) Life of Arminius, with considerable Augmentations, and a copious Account of the Synod of Dort and its Proceedings. (Arminius's Works, Vol. I.)
Limborchii (P. à) Relatio historica de Origine et Progressu Controversiarum in Fœderato Belgio de Prædestinatione. (Theologia.)
Laval's (S. A.) History of the Reformation in France. 7 vols. 8vo. Lond.
Zwingle (The Life of Ulrich) the Swiss Reformer, by J. G. Hess; translated by Lucy Aikin. 8vo. London, 1812.
Ruchat, Histoire de la Réformation de la Suisse. 6 vols. 12mo. Genève,
Gerdesii (Dan.) Specimen Italia Reformata; sive, reformata quædam renati Italia tempore Reformationis Evangelii. 4to. Lugd. Bat.